Lincoln City's Sean Newton relishing return to Aggborough for FA Cup tie
Sean Newton is relishing the chance of a quick return to the Aggborough Stadium as Lincoln City take on Worcester City in the FA Cup fourth qualifying round tomorrow (3pm).
The Imps suffered a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Kidderminster Harriers last weekend at the ground.
And they will be sat in the same dressing room again tomorrow when they get set to face the Blues, who ground share with the Skrill Premier high-flyers.
“It can be a good thing to be back there,” said Newton.
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“You need to forget what happened last time and hopefully this time we can be the side that can win 4-1.”
Worcester City currently ply their trade in the division below Lincoln City, in the Skrill North.
However, Newton does not believe this will mean the Imps will be certain of a place in the first round proper.
“Worcester are in the league below, they are not doing really well, but it’s the FA Cup and anything can happen,” said Newton.
“A lot of the teams below beat the teams above. If we get through and play a team from the league above we will always believe we can beat them. It will be a tough game either way.2
Some of Newton’s team-mates have already had a taste of the calibre in Skrill North this week when they took on county neighbours Gainsborough Trinity in the Lincolnshire County Cup final.
Trinity held City to a 0-0 draw, with the Imps edging the resulting penalty shoot-out 4-2 to claim the cup.
“I watched us play Gainsborough in the County Cup and they were a decent side,” said Newton.
“What league or what form you are in goes out the window when it comes to the FA Cup. Anything can happen in that 90 minutes.”